Schexnayder v. Bonfiglio, 167 Fed.Appx. 364, 367 (5th Cir.2006) (unpublished). An unpublished Illinois region court case stumbled on the conclusion that is same
Maglione v. Cottrell, Inc., 2001 WL 946189 , *2 (N.D.Ill. Apr.27, 2001). An Alabama region court has additionally held that punitive damages aren’t unique damages: “Punitive damages aren’t unique damages, Fidelity-Phenix Fire Ins. Co. v. Murphy, 226 Ala. 226 , 146 therefore. 387 , and do not need to be specifically stated as needed by Rule g that is 9( associated with Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.” Nelson v. G.C. Murphy Co., 245 F. Supp. 846 , 847 (N.D.Ala. 1965).
An area court in Florida found a conclusion that is contrary dictum: “Rule 8 just calls for that the whining party offer `a brief, simple declaration regarding the claim showing that the pleader is eligible for relief,’ while Rule 9(g) provides that components of unique damages, such as for instance punitive damages, should be particularly pleaded.” Kingston Square Tenants Ass’n v. […]